A gene expression atlas of the model legume Medicago truncatula
Version of Record online: 12 APR 2008
© 2008 The Authors. Journal compilation © 2008 Blackwell Publishing Ltd
The Plant Journal
Volume 55, Issue 3, pages 504–513, August 2008
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Benedito, V. A., Torres-Jerez, I., Murray, J. D., Andriankaja, A., Allen, S., Kakar, K., Wandrey, M., Verdier, J., Zuber, H., Ott, T., Moreau, S., Niebel, A., Frickey, T., Weiller, G., He, J., Dai, X., Zhao, P. X., Tang, Y. and Udvardi, M. K. (2008), A gene expression atlas of the model legume Medicago truncatula. The Plant Journal, 55: 504–513. doi: 10.1111/j.1365-313X.2008.03519.x
- Issue online: 23 JUL 2008
- Version of Record online: 12 APR 2008
- Received 12 February 2008; accepted 13 March 2008; published online 4 June 2008.
Figure S1. Fraction of genes expressed in different organs. Nod4-28, are nodules 4-28 days post-inoculation; Root 0 represents roots immediately prior to inoculation; Seed10-36 are seeds 10-36 days after pollination.
Figure S2. Heat map of organ-induced genes. Transcripts levels for each of these genes were at least twice as high in one organ as in any other organ. The color scale shows log2-transformed transcript levels for each gene. Legume-specific genes (LSG) are indicated in the far-right column. Nod4-28 are nodules 4-28 days post-inoculation; Root0 represents roots immediately prior to inoculation; Seed10-36 are seeds 10–36 days after pollination.
Figure S3. Transcriptional dynamics during nodule development of genes encoding enzymes involved in: (a) glycolysis; (b) carbon fixation; (c) nitrogen metabolism; and (d) flavonoid biosynthesis. Images were generated using MAPMAN v.2.0.2 software and values are shown as log2-transformed nodule/root transcript ratio. Images and mapping files can be downloaded at http://bioinfoserver.rsbs.anu.edu.au/utils/GeneBins/download.php and a file of the nodule time course data that can be downloaded into MAPMAN is provided as Table S6. Gene induction is shown in red and repression in blue.
Table S1. List of organ-specific genes and their presence calls in all organs.
Table S2. List of organ-induced genes and their transcript levels in all organs.
Table S3. Differentially-expressed genes in Medicago. The table contains all genes that are expressed at a significantly different level in any organ compared to roots (P < 1.14 × 10−6).
Table S4. Stably-expressed ‘reference’ genes for transcript normalization in Medicago. Probe sets with expression levels higher than 100 units showing coefficient of variation (CV) <16% among samples were selected. Low M-values from geNorm v.3.4 software (Vandesompele et al., 2002) also indicate transcriptional stability among samples.
Table S5. Genes differentially-expressed during nodule development. Only genes that were induced or repressed at least twofold compared with roots (P < 1.14 × 10−6) are included.
Table S6. Nodule developmental data for visualization with MAPMAN software. Values are log2 (nodule/root transcript ratio).
Table S7. Differential expression of TF genes in various organs of Medicago.
Table S8. Legume specific genes and their expression level in different organs.
Table S9. This table provides information about the various blast hits (better than 1 × 10−30 and bit-scores of 150) as well the sequences present in the AffyTrees phylogenies and the corresponding Pearson (linear) correlation of the expression values. These data are provided for the 10243 Medicago query sequences used to generate Figure 6. The values for the blast entries are: Arabidopsis gene-identifier; E-value; score; correlation coefficient. The values for the AffyTrees entries are: Arabidopsis gene-identifier; predicted as ortholog or homolog; correlation coefficient.
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